PepsiCo to create 180 jobs by '24 at new high-tech Poinciana plant
Osceola County announced an agreement Monday to offer the company an Economic Development Ad Valorem Tax Refund--basically a rebate on...
Cook County assessor to seek second term
Chicago Daily Herald
Cook County Assessor Fritz Kaegi says he will seek a second term in 2022 in an effort to continue work to "root out corruption and mismanagement."
Vigo Council gives nod to Steel Dynamics tax break
Heartland LLC Tuesday received a 7-0 vote from the Vigo County Council for a preliminary approval for a 10-year complete tax abatement. Zachary...
York property tax rate falls as town's valuation climbs 15% in one year
The town's new total valuation base stands at about $5.55 billion, up $706 million from last year, according to Tax Assessor Rick Mace. That 14.6%...
NJ Advocates and Unions Join Lawsuit Against Hospital Tax Exemption Statute
In lieu of property taxes the statue in question requires non-profit hospitals to make a community service contribution. When the law granting an...
Kathy Hochul faces tough decisions on real estate
The Real Deal
And a huge tax break that's about to run out. When the lieutenant governor takes over for Gov. Andrew Cuomo in two weeks, she will be met on day one...
Williamson County's total property value doubles in decade, reaches $65 billion
Williamson County Property Assessor Brad Coleman reported a 32% increase since 2016 after this year's countywide reappraisal of 96,000 properties...
Houston home prices, sales volume hover near record-high levels
There were 10,159 single-family homes sales last month, a 6.1 percent drop from the record set a year earlier, when 10,822 homes sold as transactions delayed by COVID...
Across Utah, dozens of cities consider property tax hikes
Dozens of cities across the state are proposing property tax increases this year to pay for infrastructure improvements, parks,...
Truth-in-Taxation law holds taxes in check while property values rise in Utah
"If you're seeing a huge increase in values because home prices are skyrocketing," Stephenson told KSL Newsradio, "the certified tax rate comes down...
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